Big, comfy and tech-heavy, but plain and ultimately unremarkable.
Easy to own but there's not a lot of flair compared to its myriad rivals
True to Jeep's off-road roots, but we'd like more attention on the interior and refinement, please
Suffers from exactly the same flaw as every other Infiniti – the only reason you’d buy one is because it’s rare-groove different. Not necessarily better.
Not the best car in this uninspiring, fleet-orientated end of the segment but a very worthy effort.
Buy it for the looks and lifestyle, then put up with the flaws. Likeable, but irrational
Cosier and more expensive than rivals, but appealing badge and quality
The Grandland X is a good car, but not a great car. However, that doesn’t matter so much in the SUV class
Connectivity and interior layout takes priority over how it drives. For some, that'll be perfect
Jeep’s tough-look new Renegade brings much-needed brand kudos.
We've had to wait for it, but the new Mondeo has been well worth it.
Renault’s Qashqai rival is conveniently a rebodied… Qashqai. A fine appliance for family transport
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
Only the interior isn't as good as the Golf. Beyond that, there's not a lot to split the Leon ST.
Not the perfect solution to all your motoring needs, but a great first effort at a useable everyday hybrid.
Jaguar said its SUVs made new estate cars pointless. It’s built one anyway, and it’s mostly a success.
The looks are polarising, but if you want it, you’ll really really want it.
Well thought out, versatile and thoroughly decent family estate. The weeniest bit boring
More grown up and all the better for it. Priced very keenly too - it's a smart shout.
Not revolutionary, but Q2 is different enough to make you stand out in a crowd.
New Insignia ticks every cost-effective box, and is much more refined than before. Still tricky to be enthusiastic about, though
The Eclipse Cross is a striking and mostly successful Qashqai rival